This completely furnished 3-room apartment of approx. 81 m2 is located in the middle of the old inner city of Amsterdam, with 3 windows at the canal side!
The house is part of the Blaauwlakenblok, in the vicinity of the Dam, between Warmoesstraat, Oudezijds Voorburgwal, St Annenstraat and St Jansstraat. It is located in one of the oldest parts of the city, originating from the thirteenth century. The area was once the “gold coast” of Amsterdam, but in the last century it turned into the heart of the squatters movement. The buildings were restored to their former glory in 2011 and thoroughly renovated, including the placement of double glazing and taking care of foundation repair.
Everything is at walking distance; the palace at Dam Square, Bijenkorf, Centraal Station, Nieuwmarkt, Zeedijk, Jordaan, Kalverstraat and the convivial 9 streets. There is an endless amount of pleasant restaurants, coffee places and cafes in the direct vicinity, but also especially a lot of cultural places of interest. In addition, there are various shops for daily groceries around the corner.
The apartment located on the first floor can be reached through the communal stairway.
The atmospheric living room is located across the full width at the front side of the house, with deep windowsills and an amazing view over the canal. The spacious kitchen diner featuring dishwasher, refrigerator, electric cooker, oven and extraction hood provides access to a hallway at the back. This hallway takes you to the bathroom featuring bathtub, shower and washstand, the separate toilet and the two spacious bedrooms located at the quiet back. There is a separate closet for the washing machine and dryer in the house and a separate storage closet can be found in the kitchen diner.
- The entire house comes with wooden flooring.
- The rental price includes service costs and excludes g/w/l.
- The letter would like to rent out the property until the first of September 2019 due to residing abroad.
- The house comes with its own central heating boiler.
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